The Digital Journalist
October 2004, Issue 84  [ RSS ]
Eddie Adams tribute
Five Thousand Days
The Compassion of Eddie
The outer door swings open and with all his usual enthusiasm, Eddie Adams of the AP, our next-door neighbor in the Eden Building, cameras hanging everywhere from his neck, bursts into the office and asks where we are going...
by Ron Steinman
Remembering Eddie
When John Durniak took over the photo department of Time magazine, the first three photographers he put under contract were Dirck Halstead, Eddie Adams and myself...
by Bill Pierce
October Dispatches: Notes from the Field
Celebrities, cityscapes, soldiers: memory becomes history
An American Legend
Richard Avedon was shooting in one of the other studios. The effect was similar to what I imagine a visit by the Pope to a small country church would be like...
by Peter Howe
Vietnam Reunion Planned for 2005
Media veterans of the Vietnam War are planning a reunion in Ho Chi Minh City to mark next year's 30th anniversary of the end of the war.
by Horst Faas
Common Cents
This month it's potpourri ...
by Mark Loundy
Not Yer Same Old Same Old
Jeez ... If you're an old, famous, iconic, white, male photographer, then 2004 may not have been your year...
by James Colburn
Mea Culpa
In my September column, "Anchors Away: The Debate Debacle," I made two statements about the presidential debates which I want to retract...
by Ron Steinman
The Digital Vision Network
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Letter from the Publisher
Welcome to the October 2004 issue of the Digital Journalist, the monthly online magazine for visual journalism.
by Dirck Halstead
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TV News in a Postmodern World: The Power of Attraction
Seduction is a power game.
by Terry Heaton
The 8 Keys to Success: An Essay And Thoughts on What It Takes To Reach Your True Potential
I've come to the conclusion that there are eight keys to being successful.
by David H. Lyman
With only a few more days until the elections, most of us are sitting on the edge of our seats trying to determine which way our collective fate will be cast for the next fours years.
by Beverly Spicer

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